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    Posted on Apr 18, 2018

    Here's What The Cast Of "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" Looks Like 10 Years Later

    Spoiler Alert: ten years did not age these gorgeous faces in any way.

    1. Jason Segel (Peter Bretter)

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    Then: Jason was killing it in comedies in 2008. In addition to starring in Forgetting Sarah Marshall, he also wrote the film. His hit show, How I Met Your Mother, was in its third season and I Love You, Man was released the following year.

    Now: He's co-starring in the upcoming drama Come Sunday with Get Out's Lakeith Stanfield.

    Fun Fact: He was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for his portrayal of David Foster Wallace in The End of the Tour in 2015.

    2. Kristen Bell (Sarah Marshall)

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    Then: The year before playing the titular character in Forgetting Sarah Marshall, her show Veronica Mars ended after three seasons. She also had a recourring role on Hereos as Elle Bishop.

    Now: In 2018, she became the first ever SAG Awards host. She's also the star of the hit show The Good Place, and is about to start production on the long-awaited Frozen sequel.

    Fun Fact: Kristen loves The Room, and used to host viewing parties.

    3. Mila Kunis (Rachel Jansen)

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    Then: In 2008, Mila also starred in the movies Max Payne and Boot Camp. She was on year six of her eight year relationship with Macaulay Culkin and was on her sixth year of voicing Meg Griffin on Family Guy, which she still does today.

    Now: She's starring in the upcoming comedy The Spy Who Dumped Me with Kate McKinnon and has two kids with her husband, Ashton Kutcher.

    Fun Fact: When she was cast as Jackie on That '70s Show, she lied and told the producers she was 18, but she was actually 14.

    4. Russell Brand (Aldous Snow)

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    Then: In addition to playing the vivacious sock star in 2008, he was also featured in Adam Sandler's Bedtime Stories. He went on to reprise his role as Aldous Snow in the 2010 comedy Get Him to the Greek.

    Now: Brand recently appeared in an episode of Ballers and will star in the upcoming films The Fight and Butterfingers.

    Fun Fact: He has written multiple books, including his first autobiography, My Booky Wook, which recieved positive reviews.

    5. Bill Hader (Brian Bretter)

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    Then: In addition to playing Peter's overbearing brother in Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Hader made appearances in Tropic Thunder and Pineapple Express in 2008. He was also on his third year of being an SNL cast member.

    Now: His new HBO show, Barry, has already been picked up for a second season, and he is rumored to be playing adult Richie in the upcoming horror film It: Chapter Two.

    Fun Fact: He got fired from a movie theater in college for spoiling the ending of Titanic.

    6. Jonah Hill (Matthew)

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    Then: Playing Aldous Snow's biggest fan wasn't Jonah's only role in 2008. He was also featured in Strange Wilderness, Just Add Water, and Horton Hears a Who!.

    Now: Jonah has many upcoming projects, including the film Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far on Foot, which also stars Joaquin Phoenix, Rooney Mara, and Jack Black.

    Fun Fact: He recently got his sister Beanie's name tattooed on his arm.

    7. Paul Rudd (Chuck)

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    Then: Teaching the world to "fuck the lemons and bail" wasn't Paul Rudd's only job in 2008. He also starred in the comedy Role Models alongside Sean William Scott, and starred opposite Eva Longoria in the rom-com Over Her Dead Body.

    Now: Paul will be playing Ant-Man/Scott Lang in the upcoming Marvel films Avengers: Infinity Wars and Ant-Man and the Wasp.

    Fun Fact: Before he was famous, Paul was a Bar and Bat Mitzvah DJ.

    8. Liz Cackowski (Liz Bretter)

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    Then: Liz had just completed three seasons of writing for SNL and would soon go on to write for the first season of Community.

    Now: She has written some recent episodes of Last Man on Earth and has a recurring role on Speachless.

    Fun Fact: Liz is married to The Loney Island's Akivia Schaffer.

    9. Jack McBrayer (Darald)

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    Then: Jack was working on his second season of 30 Rock as Kennth Parcell, and also co-starred in the music video for Mariah Carey's "Touch My Body".

    Now: He recenty played Lincoln in an episode of Drunk History and Dr. Ted Goodwin on The Middle. He will soon reprise his role as Felix in Wreck-It Ralph 2.

    Fun Fact: He calls everyone on their birthday, because he's insanely sweet.

    10. Maria Thayer (Wyoma)

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    Then: A year after playing Jack McBrayer's new wife in Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Maria played his almost love interest in an episode of 30 Rock.

    Now: She's currently one of the stars of the sitcom Those Who Can't and will be in the upcoming drama Half Empty/Half Full.

    Fun Fact: She was once engaged to David Harbour aka Hopper from Stranger Things.

    11. Da'Vone McDonald (Dwayne)

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    Then: In addition to giving great bartenderly advice, Da'Vone was also featured in 2008's Drillbit Taylor, starring Owen Wilson.

    Now: He's currently filming a comedy titled The Turkey Bowl.

    Fun Fact: He appeared in Get Him to the Greek, but as a secutiy guard, not Dwayne.

    12. Kristen Wiig (Yoga Instructor)

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    Then: In 2008, Kristen was on her third season of SNL. Her hilarious cameo in Forgetting Sarah Marshall was one of many that year, including Semi-Pro and Ghost Town.

    Now: She was recently cast as Cheetah in the upcoming Wonder Woman sequel. She will also star in this year's Richard Linklater film, Where'd You Go, Bernadette.

    Fun Fact: From 2011-2013, she voiced Lola on The Looney Tunes Show.

    13. Taylor Wily (Kemo)

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    Then: Forgetting Sarah Marashall was Taylor's first acting role since appearing in an episode of North Shore in 2004.

    Now: He's a series regular on Hawaii Five-0, having played the character Kamekona since 2010.

    Fun Fact: He was a championship sumo wrestler in the '80s!

    14. William Baldwin (TV Detective)

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    Then: In addition to his brief cameo in Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Billy was starring in the drama series Dirty Sexy Money.

    Now: He has already appeared in multiple episodes of MacGyver this year and has a ton of projects underway, including the upcoming crime series Too Old To Die Young.

    Fun Fact: He's married to Chynna Phillips of Wilson Phillips fame.

    15. Jason Bateman (TV Detective)

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    Then: This wasn't Jason's only cameo in 2008-- he also appeared as himself in Tropic Thunder. He was also one of the stars of the Will Smith film Hancock and directed an episode of Do Not Disturb.

    Now: He just starred in the well-received comedy Game Night and the second season of his Netflix drama Ozark is set to premiere this year.

    Fun Fact: His very first acting job was as James Cooper Ingalls in 21 episodes of Little House on the Praire.

    16. June Diane Raphael (Ann)

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    Then: In addition to her small role in the film, June also made appearances on Human Giant and was writing the Bride Wars screenplay, which was relased the following year.

    Now: She was just seen as Brenda in the comedy film Blockers and is currently filming Season Five of Netflix's Grace and Frankie.

    Fun Fact: She (correctly) loves Grease 2 and has gone to bat for it on Twitter.

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